|10 tips for choosing a meeting venue|
|Written by Delphos|
|Friday, February 01, 2013 6:06 PM|
If you’re looking for somewhere different to hold your office meeting, or want to meet with clients or other companies for an event, then you’ll want somewhere that has everything you need.
1. You’ll need to decide where you want to hold your meeting. Will it be in the same town or city as your company is based, or will you choose somewhere central so that it’s easy for all guests to reach?
2. You’ll want to book early so that your chosen venue is available when you need it. The popular places will book up soon, so if your meeting has to be on a certain day of the week, or at a certain time of year, you’ll want to book as soon as you can.
3. It’s important to check that the meeting venue you choose has all the facilities you need. Does it cater for the number of people in your meeting or conference? Are meals and refreshments available? Are they included in the cost, or will guests have to pay themselves?
4. You might want to choose a location that’s away from your normal working environment. If you work in the city, why not see if being in the country side can be inspirational, and help you think of new ideas? Would a round of golf before or after your meeting help your staff or guests to unwind, and be open to your ideas, or be more productive?
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